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  • 00:30

    Do You Remember Some Of The Crazy Things You Did In High School??

    in Social Networking

    Join the show as we discuss some of the craziest things that you did in high school over the few years that you were in high school. Join the show at 6:30pm. Call (818)301-5834.

  • 01:01

    Episode_02: Anderson to purge high performing teachers

    in Education

    The practice known as "Last in First Out," which protects absolute seniority rights during times of layoffs has created challenges with layoffs pending. Will qualified teachers loose their jobs simply because they were the last to be hired? This may sound like a good idea to the NTU but what about the students?

  • 02:02

    Hales Franciscan Alumni Unite To Save Their High School

    in Women

    Hales Franciscan High school, a private Catholic institution known for its long standing tradition of high academic achievement, was in danger of closing due to decreased enrollment, creating a financial crisis that school alumni have come together to resolve. During their recent awards banquet, school officials announced a plan to seek out 25 top scholars to enroll in the school to continue its legacy. Formerly an all boys school and now a co-ed facility, Hales Franciscan has maintained a 100% success rate in graduating its students and preparing them for acceptance into college. Attorney, educator and talk show host Jerome P. Barney explains what has helped Hales create successful student graduates and why radio station WVON has come aboard to launch a drive to increase its enrollment.

  • 00:31

    #141 Summertime Efforts to Engage Dads at Back to School

    in Dads and Family

    Watch D.O.G.S. is the school based father involvement initiative of the National Center for Fathering. Tune in ans see what dads all over the country are doing for their local schools.


    Today, we will discuss the efforts that parents and administrators can make over the summer to be ready to welcome large numbers of dads into the school in the fall.

  • 00:42

    FREEDOM MATTERS:A NEW CURRICULUM FOR HIGH SCHOOL

    in Education

    FREEDOM MATTERS:A NEW CURRICULUM  FOR HIGH SCHOOL


    The new curriculum from The Bush Center connecting the foundations of freedom to today's global struggles for liberty with Amanda Schnetzer, Director of The Human Freedom Initiative

  • 00:43

    The Nicheprof and Social Media Updates

    in Business

    Dr. Ron Capps is a marketing communications professor. He talks on a regular basis with Ken English, about social media. Ken is the producer and host.

  • 00:08

    Rutgers and Bergen County team up on efficiency study

    in News

    Tune in to the next Record Talk Radio broadcast at 1 p.m.. Friday May 29when our topic will be the partnership announced Thursday between Bergen Countty and Rutgers University.


    My story in today's Record described a plan to have graduate students from Rutgers' School of Public Affairs and Administration conduct data analysis on county government operations.


    During the broadcast, you'll hear excerpts of my interviews with Bergen County Executive James Tedesco, Freeholder Tracy Zur and Marc Holzer, dean of the school, all of whom talk about their hopes for the project.


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:30

    Gordon Gekko, CEO: Lessons from Wall Street for a Winning Attitude

    in Current Events

    Research indicates that a simple turn in your attitude will make all the difference in the world.  Whether it’s your health, having better relationships, or furthering your careers, attitude drives so many different aspects of our lives. We even found that people with positive attitudes make more money.
    How with the right attitude to prepare to face the various challenges and actions to yield success 
    ·         Advice regarding steps one should take when faced with certain obstacles and opportunities
    ·         How your success benefits others
    ·         How to think a little differently about 'business'
    ·         Reminds listeners that while sacrifices are required at times, be sure you don't give up long-term life rewards for short-term financial wins.


    Doug Hess attained his bachelor’s degree in Political Science and master’s degrees in Human Resource Development from Indiana State University. Doug works full-time for a non-profit headquartered in Madison, WI. He's worked in the Financial Services industry since 1995 and has worked in marketing/sales for that industry since 2004.Doug is also an adjunct faculty member where he teaches in the School of Business for several local colleges and universities.Among Doug’s other achievements, he co-authored the book, “Gordon Gekko, CEO: Lessons from Wall Street for a Winning Attitude”, which was published in 2012 and has given talks across the country relating to the concepts discussed in his book.

  • 00:54

    John Carver Show - Why Some People Hate You!

    in Self Help

    On Sunday, May 24, 2015 I shared a sermon called "Why Some People Hate You."  The bulk of my talk came from the Biblical story of King Saul and David.  Here is some of what I shared:


    6 It happened as they were coming, when David returned from killing the (Goliath) Philistine, that the women came out of all the cities of Israel, singing and dancing, to meet King Saul, with tambourines, with joy and with [b]musical instruments. 7 The women sang as they [c]played, and said,


    “Saul has slain his thousands,
    And David his ten thousands.”


    8 Then Saul became very angry, for this saying [d]displeased him; and he said, “They have ascribed to David ten thousands, but to me they have ascribed thousands. Now what more can he have but the kingdom?” 9 Saul looked at David with suspicion from that day on.


    There is a fable of an eagle which could out fly another, and the other didn't like it. The latter saw a sportsman one day, and said to him:


    "I wish you would bring down that eagle." The sportsman replied that he would if he only had some feathers to put into the arrow. So the eagle pulled one out of his wing. The arrow was shot, but didn't quite reach the rival eagle; it was flying too high.....

  • 01:01

    Restoration of all things—Acts 1, "The Twelfth Man" with Rod MacArthur

    in Religion

    We begin our investigation into Acts. Many "purposes" for Acts have been put forward—Spread of Christianity, Work of Holy Spirit, Paul's defense brief. All of these have merit, and certainly Acts does show all these things. But what about the statements both Peter and Paul made—beginning and end of Acts—regarding the restoration of Israel?


    I will pursue this study with a view toward showing how Luke used the ministries of Peter first, then of Paul to show that OT prophecies and promises were being fulfilled in that generation, through those ministries.


    And, consistent with the overall intent of God, I will lay out the quality of life God has called us into in Jesus.


    Chapter 1 begins with the apostles' final preparations before they began their work. They had to complete the apostleship. They had to find their "Twelfth Man!"

  • 01:19

    Myeloma Crowd Radio/MCRI: Dr. Frits van Rhee, UAMS and Dr. Stephen Russell, Mayo

    in Health

    The measles virus used successfully for a patient with relapsed myeloma is now a well known and exciting story shared on maintstream media. Dr. Frits van Rhee MD PhD MRCP,  FRCPath and Dr. Stephen Russell, MD PhD FRCP, FRCPath take the success one step further with a Phase II trial of the measles virus with further engineering in patients with relapsed/refractory, high-risk multiple myeloma. Their work will help determine which patients will respond to the treatment and which ones will not and will also determine how to make the therapy more effective.